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Prince William and Kate Middleton Bloody Birth into the Illuminati

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posted on Mar, 13 2012 @ 08:57 PM
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Originally posted by DreamerOracle

Originally posted by babybunnies
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The media was saying during the wedding that the red uniform actually represented the IRISH guards, not the Welsh.

Yes thats correct, my wife took great pleasure in correcting me...


well at least there is one important point in this discussion!!


But in fact the red uniform represents the British Army - not any particular regiment.

the individual regiments are represented (identified) by various accouterments on the uniform.

In the cases of the Welsh and Irish Guards the Welsh Guards have their buttons in groups of 5 and wear a green and white plume. The Irish have their buttons in groups of 4 and wear a blue plume.




posted on Aug, 7 2012 @ 11:24 AM
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Please forgive me for posting in this thread. I just wanted to say "just because you're paranoid, don't mean they're not after you."



posted on Aug, 7 2012 @ 11:45 AM
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As a young American I travelled to the UK to attend a prestigious university. 25 years later, a beautiful British family of my own, a long and successful career and a good few British friends I've seen it all in this country. At no point in that entire quarter of a century has a friend invited me out to "partake in the drinking of blood from skulls." Not once. I feel it must be because I have not been accepted as "one of them" yet even though I drink tea (no colonial coffee here!) and have my toast done on one side. I must double my efforts to fit in!

I have been introduced to the delightful "Black Pudding" though. Quite the delicacy as long as you don't know what it is!



posted on Aug, 7 2012 @ 12:39 PM
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Originally posted by Aloysius the Gaul

Originally posted by DreamerOracle

Originally posted by babybunnies
reply to post by DreamerOracle
 


The media was saying during the wedding that the red uniform actually represented the IRISH guards, not the Welsh.

Yes thats correct, my wife took great pleasure in correcting me...


well at least there is one important point in this discussion!!


But in fact the red uniform represents the British Army - not any particular regiment.

the individual regiments are represented (identified) by various accouterments on the uniform.

In the cases of the Welsh and Irish Guards the Welsh Guards have their buttons in groups of 5 and wear a green and white plume. The Irish have their buttons in groups of 4 and wear a blue plume.

Thanks for clearing that up



posted on Aug, 13 2013 @ 12:40 PM
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I am English and I do not drink blood from skulls, I have no time for the royal family though and believe they are evil and scroungers from the British people .



posted on Aug, 13 2013 @ 12:43 PM
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Originally posted by PW229
As a young American I travelled to the UK to attend a prestigious university. 25 years later, a beautiful British family of my own, a long and successful career and a good few British friends I've seen it all in this country. At no point in that entire quarter of a century has a friend invited me out to "partake in the drinking of blood from skulls." Not once. I feel it must be because I have not been accepted as "one of them" yet even though I drink tea (no colonial coffee here!) and have my toast done on one side. I must double my efforts to fit in!

I have been introduced to the delightful "Black Pudding" though. Quite the delicacy as long as you don't know what it is!


I am sure you fit in and are accepted we English are an easy going lot especially when it comes to black pudding ha ha , you must live in the North of England ?






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